Months after the premiere of LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian's steamy Lifetime movie, Cibrian's wife is finally speaking out, and she doesn't have kind things to say about the country singer/actress.
"LeAnn is a stalker," Brandi Glanville told Us Weekly magazine, about her husband's reputed lover. "She refuses to leave us alone -- it is shameful and scary. People are going to say it takes two to tango, and I get that, but at some point LeAnn needs to stop asking him to dance."
Glanville claims that Rimes, who is married to aspiring songwriter Dean Sheremet, showed up at an L.A. Lakers game Cibrian attended May 17, weeks after he'd changed his phone number to end Rimes' "constant texting and calling."
Rimes' motive, according to Glanville? Publicity.
"LeAnn is so desperate for fame she has left her self-respect in the gutter and doesn't care who she hurts to get what she wants," the model and mother of two young boys told Us. "She's hurting my family and messing with the wrong mom."
Rimes' representative didn't immediately return requests for comment. Her last major public appearance was at the MTV Movie Awards Sunday, where she performed.
The country music prodigy's personal life gained attention in March when Us Weekly reported that she was having an affair with Cibrian, 35, her co-star in the Lifetime movie "Northern Lights," which premiered later that month.
The magazine devoted a cover story to the 26-year-old's reported infidelities, citing security camera images of Rimes and Cibrian kissing during an intimate dinner and photographs of them arriving at and leaving an exclusive Beverly Hills hotel, where they apparently had a four-hour rendezvous.
"She is having an affair," senior editor Ian Drew told ABCNews.com at the time. "It's not even a joke or speculation or from a shady source."
"Everyone thought she had this perfect marriage, she always had such a perfect reputation," Drew said. "It's just a surprise to everyone."
After the story of their reputed affair broke, Cibrian released the following statement to reporters:
"Other than being friends and two actors who were romantically intertwined in a movie-for-television we filmed last fall, there is no truth to the reporting initiated by Us magazine. It is a fabricated story that is using random snapshots as connective tissue to create a scandalous relationship."
Rimes, married to Sheremet for seven years, responded to the report in a blog post on her Web site. But she left readers with plenty to read into:
"This is a difficult time for me and my loved ones, but I appreciate all your continued support. I would like to assure all of you that this is a place for you to hear things directly from me and as you all know, not everything in our lives is always black and white. Have faith, Le."
The magazine said the couple's affair began March 7 with a romantic lunch at the restaurant Mosun and Club M. in Laguna Beach, Calif. They held hands, laughed and kissed throughout their dinner.